Between National Socialism and Soviet Communism: Displaced Persons in Postwar Germany

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In May of 1945, there were more than eight million ""displaced persons"" (or DPs) in Germany-recently liberated foreign workers, concentration camp prisoners, and prisoners of war from all of Nazi-occupied Europe, as well as eastern Europeans who had fled west before the advancing Red Army. Although most of them quickly returned home, it soon became clear that large numbers of eastern European DPs could or would not do so. In the aftermath of National Socialism, Germany thus ironically became a temporary home for a large ...

Between National Socialism and Soviet Communism: Displaced Persons in Postwar Germany 2015, The University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor

ISBN-13: 9780472036394

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Between National Socialism and Soviet Communism: Displaced Persons in Postwar Germany 2011, The University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor

ISBN-13: 9780472117802

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